Being a writer is usually a lonely job (or a hobby as it is for this writer). You get an idea, you write some, you plot, you write more, and then you write even more, you rewrite, you edit and at last you proofread. You are the lone wolf writer – until finally the day you have something to show the world.
But from getting the idea till you hold a product in your hand, you want to show to others, you have spent many hours in solitude. And you can easily give up. I almost did. Continue reading “How to get high on writing – five lessons learned from a writer’s retreat”